You have more AF stuff then I've ever seen before.I have all those sets..I also had the Flying Freighter set as a kid, and I believe Dad bought it at Sears... Dad sold all the trains, but I have 3 sets of the Flying Freighter now.
At one point, I think I had around 30 complete sets, no set boxes, but quite a few individual boxes.. Of course that doesn't included duplicates and triplicates... I have problems,lol!You have more AF stuff then I've ever seen before.
How many complete Train sets do you have now?
Nice set especially since it was never run. As Tom said, finding a set that has never been run is very rare.The 1954 "Mountaineer" set. A set that was never run. Probably given as a gift at the time. Opened, looked at, packed back up and never touched again. Locomotive wrapping, transformer and all paperwork in the carton. This is one of the two other rare times (for me anyway) when I've come across a separate inspection slip for the whole set. Most were probably thrown away but instructions kept. Barry